I’ve been getting chatted up by men ever since I was 14.
I like to dress up but I’m not so concerned with looking very sexy, it’s really more the art of dressing.
I know people want me to sort of defend myself, to sit here and be like, ‘I’m a boy, but I wear make-up sometimes.’ But, you know, to me, it doesn’t really matter.
Most female models don’t have any muscle mass.
It just so happens that some of the things I like are feminine.
I’m not a big fan of identity politics and sort of picking one thing and defining yourself with it.
I guess professionally I’ve left my gender open to artistic interpretation.
As a kid, you get to the stage where you realise the gender barriers that exist in society and what you’re supposed to do and not supposed to do.
My favourite author is Leon Trotsky – the political philosophy and the way he writes is beautiful, and really relevant, too.
When I’m sitting in a casting room in Paris, I’m not the thinnest model. Sometimes I’m not the most flat-chested, either.
My whole life is controversy. What can I do? I’m like Britney Spears!
Fashion is quite inclusive and good at embracing different things and different forms of beauty. It’s a very liberal industry. You can be yourself. Just not overweight.
Love has no boundaries.
I want to be the most eligible bachelor in New York City.
In this society, if a man is called a woman, that’s the biggest insult he could get. Is that because women are considered something less?